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WD 256GB Black PCIe High Performance SSD Solid State Drive NVMe £40.54 (£39 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Italy
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WD 256GB Black PCIe High Performance SSD Solid State Drive NVMe £40.54 (£39 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Italy

£40.54£9155%Amazon Italy Deals
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Posted 31st Oct
Feels like a good price here for the set. You can use your Amazon UK account details to order.

Pay with a fee free card like Revolut/Starling etc. to get it slightly cheaper by saving the conversion fees.

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  • Sequential read speeds up to 2050 MB/s and write up to 700 MB/s Write- more than three times faster than a SATA SSD
  • Optimised thermal and power management to help maintain consistent high performance during intense workloads
  • 1.75M hours Mean Time To Failure (MTTF) for lasting reliability
  • WD FIT Lab certified to work with a wide range of high-performance PC configurations
  • Form factor M.2 2280 design ideal for Tower desktop chassis and small form-factor PCs
  • Free downloadable WD SSD Dashboard software and free downloadable cloning and backup software

Hope it helps someone.
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Good price but the sx8200 pro 512 Gb can be had for only 22 pounds more
These are the old WD Black models that get pretty hot even when idling - not recommended for a laptop. The Silicon Power NVMe SSD is cheaper and faster:

smile.amazon.co.uk/Sil…X4B
branflakes31/10/2019 15:53

personally I went for this …personally I went for this https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sabrent-Rocket-NVMe-Hochleistungs-Solid-State-Laufwerk-SB-ROCKET-512/dp/B07KGMBCKD/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=nvme&qid=1572536917&refinements=p_36%3A3000-6000&rnid=428432031&sr=8-3


Why would you buy that over sx8200 pro, that will have poorer warranty and resale value, you've saved pennies to lose pounds later down the line that's crazy, it would have to be at the very least 15 pounds to even consider it
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 31st Oct
Cuddl3s31/10/2019 18:33

Why would you buy that over sx8200 pro, that will have poorer warranty and …Why would you buy that over sx8200 pro, that will have poorer warranty and resale value, you've saved pennies to lose pounds later down the line that's crazy, it would have to be at the very least 15 pounds to even consider it


Sabrent has a very good reputation and very high benchmarks across their SSD range.


ssd.userbenchmark.com/Sea…ssd
nordot31/10/2019 18:45

Sabrent has a very good reputation and very high benchmarks across their …Sabrent has a very good reputation and very high benchmarks across their SSD range. https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Search?searchTerm=sabrent%20ssd


In my personal opinion Sabrent is a noname brand as far as i am concerned, i never heard of them outside of this forum prior to 6 months ago, good luck selling a sabrent ssd vs a samsung or adata one cause your definitely going to need it, that might change in a few years but until then why buy the obvious inferior product just to save pennies? if it was 15 pounds cheaper i'd understand but as long as the sx8200 pro is just a few pounds more theres no point debating.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 31st Oct
Cuddl3s31/10/2019 19:17

In my personal opinion Sabrent is a noname brand as far as i am concerned, …In my personal opinion Sabrent is a noname brand as far as i am concerned, i never heard of them outside of this forum prior to 6 months ago, good luck selling a sabrent ssd vs a samsung or adata one cause your definitely going to need it, that might change in a few years but until then why buy the obvious inferior product just to save pennies? if it was 15 pounds cheaper i'd understand but as long as the sx8200 pro is just a few pounds more theres no point debating.


Perhaps he actually wants to use it and not sell it.. löl
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